Jasmine Curtis defends self over “shaming” of Grab rider: “I've taken it down”

Jasmine Curtis defends self over “shaming” of Grab rider: “I've taken it down”

- Jasmine Curtis recently shared a now-deleted post about her failed food delivery experience

- The said post displayed photo of a Grab rider whom she earlier accused of stealing her order

- Netizens, however, criticized the actress for allegedly shaming the Grab driver

- The actress the defended herself and aired some clarifications about the incident

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Jasmine Curtis recently defended herself from netizens who criticized her now-deleted post about her failed food delivery experience.

Jasmine Curtis defends self over “shaming” of Grab rider: “I've taken it down”
Jasmine Curtis-Smith (@jascurtissmith)
Source: Instagram

In the post, the actress posted about a Grab rider whom she accused of stealing her order.

“Hey @grabfoodph, your rider stole my order. He won’t answer texts or calls. (sad face emoji),” her post read.

Some netizens then called out the Kapuso star for allegedly shaming the Grab driver.

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“Hmmm sana di na ipost, i know di mo nakuha u g fud mo pero pwede nman ireport sa app. What if nagkaprob lang . Naipost at napahiya na si kuya, cguro nman di ganun kabawasan ung halaga nawala sau. Pero ung kahihiyan ng tao if di nman sadya ang nangyari di na maibalik,” one of the said netizens tweeted.

Jasmine then penned a tweet to air some clarifications.

“Hi, I've taken it down and I did simultaneously report it in the app, and via twitter. The Grab team has processed my refund. Wala po sa halaga ang concern. Thank you for your advice and will take this on board next time.”

Jasmine Curtis defends self over “shaming” of Grab rider: “I've taken it down”
Jasmine Curtis-Smith defends self over “shaming” of Grab rider (Screeshot by Fashion Pulis)
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Jasmine Cassandra Curtis-Smith, or simply Jasmine Curtis-Smith, is a Filipino-Australian actress, dancer, endorser, writer, and TV host best known internationally for her critically acclaimed performance in Hannah Espia's 2013 film Transit, and in the Philippines as the younger sister of fellow actress Anne Curtis-Smith.

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Jasmine recently shared with her social media followers about an awful incident that happened in her condo unit years ago. She said it was “lived in” during the time she was not able to utilize it. Some items inside the Kapuso actress’s unit were likewise stolen. Jasmine, who almost decided to sell the unit, kept the property as security in the area heightened a year or two after the incident.

Jasmine also penned a hilarious reaction to a tabloid’s headline mentioning her, Alden Richards, Coco Martin and Julia Montes. The Kapuso actress retweeted the tabloid’s post showing a preview of an article about the four of them. Its headline reads, “Alden, Jasmine sinasabong sa CocoJul”.

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